Personal Training

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One-on-one personal training is a private session with a qualified strength and conditioning coach at a frequency that best suits you.

When you want to see the best results in the shortest amount of time you’ll want to work with your very own Personal Trainer. You can get in shape with a small group Personal Training program or a partner session, however the speed in which you can transform your body won’t be the same as it will be with one-on-one coaching.

Benefits
  • Personalised attention
  • Individualised exercises
  • Flexibility with appointments
  • See results fast
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Why one-on-one?

Personalised attention
With one-on-one Personal training you receive hands-on instruction with your form and technique. Everyone likes to be pushed and motivated a little differently so when you’re with your own Personal Coach, he/she can solely focus on you and how to push you for optimal results.

Individualised exercises
The exercises that you will be performing are personalised to your specific needs. This is something to take into consideration when choosing between small group, partner and one-on-one Personal training. Personalisation with exercise prescription becomes very important with people who have muscle imbalances and specific needs.

Flexibility with appointments
Because one-on-one Personal training sessions are appointment based private sessions you’ll have more flexibility with attending workouts. If you travel frequently or have a job that requires flexibility with appointment scheduling, you’ll be much better suited to a one-on-one training package.

Speed in seeing results
Working out in a private atmosphere means that your coach will personalise your rate of progression. The resistance training provided in a one-on-one program is superior to any other type of training. You’ll see faster results when your coach has the ability to assign the appropriate intensity at each workout. It’s difficult using heavier workloads in a small group environment because of the lack of a spotter.

The bottom line
When you want to see the best results in the shortest amount of time (wedding coming up, chronic pain problem etc) you’ll want to work with your very own Personal Trainer. You can get in shape with a small group Personal Training program or a partner session, however the speed in which you can transform your body won’t be the same as it will be with one-on-one coaching.

Our Coaches

Jamie Wilson
Exercise Physiologist

Jamie Wilson

Exercise physiology, youth sport/athlete development and musculoskeletal rehab.

Daniel Messer
Strength Coach

Daniel Messer

Strength and conditioning, athlete development, injury prehab and prevention.

Matt Ham
Head Coach

Matt Ham

Strength and conditioning, long-term athlete development, fat loss, Olympic lifting.